Below is the welcoming message in you managed to access mms.vodafone.al:
This service allows you to view multimedia messages (MMS) that have been sent to you. For every message you receive, you can reply with your own multimedia message, or forward it to someone else.
Multimedia Messages can be sent by people with camera-equipped mobile phones and may contain pictures, sounds or even video clips. If your handset cannot display the contents of the message, it is sent here where you will be able to view it.
What you need to do is to provide your mobile phone number and password.
Quoted from Wikipedia:
Vodafone Albania is owned at 51% by Vodafone International Holdings B.V. and at 49% by Vodafone Panafon International Holdings B.V. (the latter is owned directly and indirectly at 99.4% by Vodafone Group).
Vodafone-Albania launched its GSM services in Albania on August 3, 2001 in what is likely to be one of the world’s fastest GSM network rollouts, capitalizing on its partners’ expertise and experience in operating networks around the world.
Albania’s newest mobile telephony operator is building its network and systems at record speed. Vodafone Albania, since its August 2001 launch, has managed to activate more than 300 base stations, covering almost all the Albanian cities and the roads that connect these cities:Tirana, Durrës, Elbasan, Shkodër, Koplik, Bulqizë, Peshkopi, Tropojë, Kukës, Mirditë, Burrel, Laç, Has, Pukë, Krujë, Fushë Krujë, Mat, Lezhë,Korçë, Pogradec, Devoll, Librazhd, Kavajë, Rrogozhinë, Peqin, Gramsh, Lushnjë, Ballsh, Fier, Berat, Vlorë, Përmet, Memaliaj, Tepelenë,Skrapar, Kolonjë, Ersekë, Çorovodë, Gjirokastër, Delvinë, Sarandë and also in the following border points: Kakavijë, Qafë Thanë, Kapshticë,Tushemisht, Hani i Hotit and the entire seaside.